REALME X50 PRO PLAYER
Realme will unveil TV, smartwatch in India; X50 Pro Player edition - one of the 8 launches in China
Realme X3 SuperZoom will also launch on Monday and Tuesday in China & Europe, respectively.
Realme X50 Pro review: Gets the price right with Qulacomm Snapdragon 865
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OnePlus 8 Pro sold out within minutes despite social media trends urging people to #BoycottChineseProduct
There are calls for boycott of Chinese products amid Sino-India border tension.
Xiaomi alleges attempt to hurt product sale by fake Twitter accounts
‘Handlers’ of these bot/fake accounts tried to make Redmi K20 look like a bad purchase for consumers, Xiaomi said
First 5G handset in India likely to be priced at Rs 50,000
The 'realme' that came into existence in 2018 is all set to become the first brand to unveil 5G ready smartphone in India on Febaruary 24, even though the "network is not available in the country", a company official claimed. The company wants to offer future-ready products and people, who travel aboard, can use the handset as technology is available in many countries.
Realme sells 15 mn handset in 1st yr of operation, targets to double it in 2020
Realme, which began as an Oppo sub-brand in May 2018, was promptly spun off into a standalone entity and is now taking on bigger rival Xiaomi with similar price points and segments of Rs 7,000-20,000 phones.
Smartphone war turns ugly: Realme India says Xiaomi "insecure" about its success
Realme, which began its operations as a sub-brand for Oppo in 2018, now functions independently.
LeEco Super4 X50 Pro review: One of the cheapest 4K TVs with HDR
Audio and video performance is top-notch and at this price, there is no other TV that offers similar features.
Xiaomi Mi 10 5G review: A power-packed performer
The phone packs a good deal and scores really well on the camera angle.
Xiaomi uses 'Made in India' banners to cover branding at stores
In the backdrop of the Sino-India border tension, the All India Mobile Retailers Association had written to Chinese mobile brands to highlight the threat of vandalism at offline stores by people amid calls for boycotting Chinese products in certain sections.
Covid-19 & lockdown accelerate online gaming
Time spent on games has increased dramatically as virtual zones become avenues to socialize, connect and compete.
Non-essentials may get etail off ventilator
The opening up of major metros for online sales will provide a big fillip to the industry, which still derives 70% of sales by value from the top 10 cities.
We create tech keeping humans in mind: Kuldeep Malik, MediaTek
For Taiwanese chipmaker MediaTek, gaming is one of the key focus areas. During the ongoing lockdown period in India the number of gamers and time spent on games on smartphones has increased dramatically.
Smartphone makers celebrate Diwali in advance amid bumper sales
The mobile category saw the biggest festive season till date, with brands achieving more than 2X growth over the last year's sale.
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